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'The Millionaire Project' is an inspirational finance documentary film about achieving financial freedom through the development of a rich mindset. The film is based on Paul Robinson's best selling audio book 'Money Magnetism' which features the voice of Pathy Iyer.
The film also features deep insights from world's leading authorities in personal development and best selling authors like Brian Tracy, Joe Vitale, Bob Proctor, T Harv Eker, Robert Kiyosaki, Jack Canfield, Lee Brower, John Demartini etc.
Most people don't become financially independent because they never get to learn the inner game of money. The schooling system across the world never included the financial education in their curriculum. The millionaire project is a humble attempt to spread the knowledge on money and achieving financial freedom.
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